HAMPSHIRE are aiming to end their worst run of home form in the Natwest T20 Blast against Glamorgan tomorrow - rocked by the news that Rilee Rossouw and Lewis McManus are out for the season.

Both require surgery after suffering broken fingers in the last week.

Opening batsman Rossouw has damaged a different digit to the one he broke in April.

Wicketkeeper Lewis McManus will be replaced behind the stumps by Tom Alsop or academy rookie Calvin Dickinson.

The 22 year-old cracked a finger in the draw against Lancashire, which was abandoned after two days of rain this afternoon.

"It's a big shame," Hampshire coach Craig White told BBC Radio Solent.

"It's still sinking in so we'll sit down and have a chat about where we go from here for the rest of the season.

"Lewis will require one of his bones to be pinned due to a crack.

"Rilee injured a different finger to the one he fractured earlier in the season during fielding practice."

Before last Friday’s four-wicket defeat against Essex, Hampshire had never been on the end of three successive T20 defeats at The Ageas Bowl.

The malaise began when Sussex won by six wickets with 16 balls to spare three weeks ago.

After defeats at Essex and Somerset either side of an abandonment at home to Surrey, Hampshire bounced back by winning at Bristol and Lord’s.

But they have been offset by the most recent home losses.

Hampshire were well placed to beat Kent and Essex.

Against Kent they were 60-1 in the powerplay, chasing 160 - but lost by five runs.

Hampshire’s 168 against Essex last Friday is the second highest T20 total they have failed to defend at The Ageas Bowl.

Former Australia T20 captain George Bailey hit a career-best 89 not out, but it was not enough to prevent a four-wicket defeat.

Hampshire won their opening home game aganst Middlesex but their recent Bowl form needs to change if they are to qualify for the last eight.

Hampshire currently occupy the last of the south group’s quarter-final positions.

They play their penultimate group game against Kent at Canterbury on Friday before hosting Somerset in their final game a week later.

Hampshire (from): Vince, Afridi, Alsop, Bailey, Ervine, Dawson, Berg, Abbott, Wood, Crane, Edwards, Holland, Adams, Dickinson.